After the release of MSFS 2020, today AOA Simulations speaks out about their future development plans and previews their V-22 Osprey. AOA Simulations talks about how even with MSFS 2020 out, X-Plane 11 still fits in a separate category.
X-Plane can be used from an engineering standpoint too. Even AOA has used X-Plane for research projects. AOA Simulations have said that they will stay with X-Plane as stated below.
So, even if we do some experiment on other platforms, we will stay committed to X-Plane, because we grew with that platform!
This may mean that they will test out with other simulators, but for right now the developers are focused on X-Plane 11 and it’s features. AOA Simulations has also previewed some in-sim screenshots of their V-22 Osprey for X-Plane 11.
The developers state that most textures are temporary and will be improved, but in my mind it already looks fantastic. We do not know when the V-22 will be released as well as pricing information.
You can learn more about AOA Simulation’s simulator choice as well as some V-22 Osprey information on their most recent Facebook post.